Festivals & Events

A Taste of Broome

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Kimberley

A Taste of Broome is a reckoning for the senses, food, dance, tradition, culture, music, film and an atmosphere comparable to none.

Djirrily Dreaming (Feather Dreaming)

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Perth

Enjoy a gourmet taste of Australia's traditional food cooked in native spices while you listen to the stories of the Noongar people.

Karijini Experience

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Pilbara

Established in 2013, the core vision of the Karijini Experience is to create an iconic event that significantly raises the profile of the Inland Pilbara and the very special environmental and cultural assets that the region has to offer. In doing this, the event delivers a number of social, cultural…

Kimberley Girl

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Kimberley

Kimberley Girl was introduced to the Kimberley Region in 2004 as a valuable initiative targeting young Indigenous women between the ages of 16 and 25.

Kullarri NAIDOC Festival

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Kimberley

The Kullarri NAIDOC Festival is a 10 day celebration in Broome and surrounding Aboriginal communities recognising the regions diverse Indigenous cultural heritage.

Mowanjum Festival

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Kimberley

Each year in July the Mowanjum Art and Culture Centre hosts the Mowanjum Festival, sharing the vibrant, living culture of the Ngarinyin, Worrorra and Wunambal peoples.

Rhythm & Ride

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Kimberley

Rhythm & Ride Rodeo is set to become one of the biggest events in the national Rodeo calendar. It will showcase some of the countries best riders, people that make riding and living the rodeo lifestyle their life’s work.

Wadumbah Aboriginal Dance Group

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Perth

The Wadumbah Dance Group is invited to other countries on a regular basis and is very experienced at touring. The team members understand behavior protocol in other countries and are very proud to represent their culture and Australia in a professional and diligent manner.

Wardarnji Festival

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Perth

Let the beauty of the oldest songs, dances and language in the world transport you to another place, as fires burn long into the evening and people come together to celebrate Indigenous Australian culture.

Warmun Art Centre

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Kimberley

Warmun Art Centre is owned and governed by Gija people with 100% of income returning to the community. The centre was established by founding members of the contemporary painting movement in Warmun such as Queenie McKenzie, Madigan Thomas, Hector Jandany, Lena Nyadbi, Betty Carrington and Patrick Mu…

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